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A weekend long student event, hosted by North Central Baptist Church Youth Ministry from January 15-17th 2021, DNOW is one of the biggest Middle/High School student events of the year!

At Disciple Now (DNOW) we bring in the best young adults and college aged students from around our Church to lead Bible studies in the homes of church members for groups of students that are both age and gender specific. The weekend centers around a series of Bible studies in the homes and rallies at the BCM, located right across the street from the main UF campus. Our Bible study times will be from a study we wrote called “Abdicate,” We’ll be spending the weekend studying the idea of relinquishing the throne of our heart and giving it to God. This study will not only help you grasp a better picture of who God is, but it’ll also help motivate you to live intentionally where you’re at now. We are very excited about this study because we know that it is going to help you develop your faith for years to come!

DNOW begins on Friday, January 15th at 5pm at the BCM and ends on Sunday, January 17th at 12:30pm at North Central Baptist Church. Cost is $30 for NCBC students, and $20 for all guests. It covers all material including: booklet, t-shirt, band, speaker, location, all food and more!

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It takes an army of Host Homes and Small Group Leaders to make this weekend of discipleship happen. If you are interested in investing in DNOW please fill out the short questionnaire below to give us a idea of how you’re interested in helping and how we can get in contact with you. We will follow up with you to answer any questions you may have and talk about getting you plugged into a spot!

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FAQ about Covid

Q: Will I be refunded in the event is canceled?
A: Yes. Full refunds will be made.

Q: Will there be any testing for students to ensure that no one has COVID-19?
A: Yes, all students will have their temperature taken as they arrive on Friday. Also, any students who are exhibiting any symptoms (fever, exhaustion or other cold-like symptoms) will be sent home. 

Q: What about social distancing/masks?
A: We’ll have plenty of seating available for students to abide by CDC and our local county guidelines. We’re also asking all students to wear masks as they arrive; they’re not required to wear them during outdoor games (and while eating, of course) but we are asking students to wear them all other times they’re around students not in their host homes. Masks will be provided for students who do not have any.